"Jack's mix for Ann w/titles" says the label. Sounds like Frank Stasio doing the voice over. He was a teacher at Options School. Nice shots of the old building and neighborhood. Also features Animation Lab work, intersperesed with explanatory titles. Jeremiah was a Bullfrog by Jessica Lifland in 1990. (Has a singalong). There Was a Time. 'Just Say Bart' by Adrian Smarr in 1990. Born to Be Wild. Unicorn Dreams. Christopher Grotke working on Paper Dance, Chuck Jones and Michael Jackson... Topics: TNLC, CCM, Museum promo, MediaArts, Animation Lab, U-TV, 1990
Capital Children's Museum maintenance crew and museum staff wishes you a Merry Christmas. With Mike, Mark Thorne beatboxing, Eddie's Rudolph rap, Tanara, Stephanie, and Lorenzo. 1990? Some good old fashioned goofing around in the TV studio, playing with Fairlight special effects. Probably a slow day, or after a staff party. Everyone who worked there will enjoy this. Topics: TNLC, CCM, Holiday, MediaArts, U-TV, maintenance, staff, 1990
A holiday message from Capital Children's Museum (CCM). Not sure, but I think we were offered free airtime on local TV if we came up with something. Shows Mexico, Communications, the cave, Sound and Silence, the maze, Rosie the Goat, the TV studio, Nek Chand entrance. Not sure who narrated or produced, either. Topics: TNLC, CCM, Holiday, MediaArts, Mexico, Communications, cave, rosie, nek chand, staff, 1990
Joe Barbera interviewed at UTV March 18, 1990. Stan Woodward is facilitating. Options School Students animation class: Antonio Sutherland, Kamal (Tyrell) Jenkins, Pasua Turner, LaKeisha Proctor, Antonio Smith, Marlon Manning. Kids talking about There Was a Time animation project. Talks about Michael Jackson, Jetsons, Tom & Jerry, The Simpsons, Yogi Bear, working in a bank, cartoon voices, Smurfs, Flintstones, creating characters, Scooby Doo, and draws Tom & Jerry. (I recall being sick... Topics: TNLC, CCM. MediaWorks, Animation Lab, tv studio, 1990, Stan Woodward, Options School, Joe Barbera
Michael Jackson stopped by the museum for an official visit (BAD era), and staff captured his time in the U-TV interactive television studio. Not terribly interesting, but he poses with museum director Ann Lewin, MediaWorks director Stan Woodward, video producer Jesse Vaughn, and others while a Fairlight operator plays with effects. For some reason, this tape was made into a loop, and repeats for quite a while. Weâll spare you the full effect. April 4th 1990. He gave us all LA Gear shoes, btw. Topics: TNLC, CCM. MediaWorks, U-TV, 1990, Stan Woodward, Ann Lewin, Jesse Vaughn, Michael Jackson,...
It's our in-house children's show pilot project, 3rd and H Northeast (the intersection where the museum was located in NE DC). Completed 11/15/90 at 10:05 pm, according to the label. Museum PR director Mary Abbajay, Christopher Grotke, Damon Bryant, Brother Ah, Babatunde Washington. Stephanie Abbajay with Safety Corner, Sanjaya Krishna with Mouth Sounds, David Cook's Space Dog, Francis Sternhagen guest appearance, Peter Carlin with peteâs video corner, Mark Thorne, Jack Buchanan, Zane Vella .... Topics: TNLC, CCM, MediaArts, Animation Lab, U-TV, 3rd and H, 1990